Authorities say workers were demolishing a building near 29th and Mead, and debris fell on a person.
However, in the last two weeks, he has shown improvements. The family is calling them “miraculous.”
Trump adviser Steve Bannon is leaving White House post.
Siemens announced that they are laying off 140 employees in Hutchinson.
An Oregon man is warning people to be extra careful on the day of the eclipse after severely damaging his own eyes in a similar eclipse.
Wichita police identified the man who died in a motorcycle crash in Wichita Wednesday.
The prize has now climbed from $430 million to a gargantuan $535 million.
An intruder shot Arthur Goebel twice back on July 16 and immediately fled. Arthur died of his injuries shortly after at the hospital.
“We have a heck of a mess on our hands right now,” said Great Bend City Council member Dana Dawson.
The event will be Saturday at the Evergreen Community Center in the 2700 block of North Woodland.
Lines are forming, prices are rising and shelves are emptying as people scurry to obtain special eyewear to view the sun Monday.
Perhaps more significantly: Aug. 18 is three years on the nose that Swift dropped “Shake It Off” and announced “1989” was on the way back in…
The State Department says at least one American was killed and one injured in the attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils, Spain.
Deputies say a drunken woman cursed at him before swimming up to his fishing line, biting it and swimming away with the rigging.
A roundup of some of the most popular, but completely untrue, headlines of the week.